Rankings Update: Class of 2024

Ted Williams
Scouting Director

The most productive preseason schedule in PBR-Pennsylvania history allowed us to put eyes on thousands of players all across the state. Let's take a look at the top 10 and complete 2024 rankings:

Complete Class of 2024 Rankings

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Class of 2024 Top 10

Tague Davis 1B / LHP / Malvern Prep, PA / 2024

Gifted physically with a strong understanding of the game, Davis stands out as a hitter primarily, flashing some of the better raw power in the state. The L/L slows things down in the box and on the mound, off to a hot start with 3 HR for the Friars on the young season.

Tegan Kuhns SS / RHP / Chambersburg, PA / 2024

The recent Chambersburg transfer creates plenty of swing/miss in the zone with elite spin on the FB/CB combo, which has shown plus, making an upper-80’s heater that much more effective.

Owen Yarussi LHP / OF / Seneca Valley, PA / 2024

A standout at #JrFutureGames in ‘20, Yarussi pounds the zone with advanced balance in the delivery and a high compete level. The changeup has neutralized RHH, displaying late fade to the arm-side. Throws everything for strikes and can add/subtract on the fastball.

Dawson Smail OF / SS / Clarion Area, PA / 2024

The adjustable left-handed hitter features natural bat-to-ball skills and profiles as a tough out at the top of the order. Mature approach that allows the barrel to stay through the zone for length, has seen success on the national stage too.

Kross Howarth 3B / RHP / Methacton , PA / 2024

The frame screams projection and both velocity and overall strength have seen jumps in the past year. Now adding significant contributions for Methacton, including a recent six innings, two RBI performance in the win over OJR. The FB bumped a 90 mph this offseason.

Dominic Moats OF / SS / Waynesboro Area, PA / 2024

An aggressive rotational hitter with high-end talent in all phases, Moats is just starting to break the mold of what he can be. Whether its 100+ mph exit velocities or 6.50 footspeed, the tools are there, as his offensive skill set continues evolving.

Jeff Lougee SS / 2B / Mechanicsburg, PA / 2024

Mechanicsburg is out to a 7-1 start in the Mid-Penn, thanks in part to Lougee’s dominance at the plate. An uptick in stature has helped the 6-foot, 175-pounder drive the ball with more consistency and improve measurables across the board at #NEProcase.

Luke Costello 3B / RHP / Cathedral Prep, PA / 2024

The body keeps getting cleaner at each look, allowing a compact swing and powerful wrists to hit the ball in the air to the pull-side. Has made an effort to clean up the defensive footwork, which should give him the opportunity to stick at the hot corner moving forward.

Erick Diaz OF / 2B / Perkiomen , PA / 2024

A switch-hitting outfielder with easy raw athleticism, Diaz is originally a New Yorker who made waves on the tournament scene with Team Citius. There’s some twitch present in the actions with a smooth feel offensively.

Logan Harelson LHP / 1B / Hempfield , PA / 2024

Longer and wiry with good separation and 6+ feet of average extension, Harelson generates hop on a mid-80’s FB that approaches 2300rpms. Though command is still improving, the stuff is there with some upside.

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